Ars Electronica Center Deep Space LIVE: Anatomy for Everyone – Travel Medicine
(Linz, February 9, 2016) Travel medicine is the featured topic at the next Deep Space LIVE on Thursday, February 11, 2016 at 8 PM. Dr. Martin Haditsch, a specialist in public hygiene, microbiology and tropical medicine, and Dr. Franz Fellner, head of the Department of Radiology at Kepler University Clinic, will discuss the dangers lurking in holiday destinations and what preventive measures vacationers can take. Their presentation will be accompanied by impressive, three-dimensional depictions of the human body’s organ systems.
All about Martin Haditsch
Dr. Martin Hadistsch is a physician and biologist. Following completion of his studies as a general practitioner, he obtained qualifications as a specialist in public hygiene and microbiology (1995) and tropical medicine (1998). He is certified as an emergency response physician and holds a Certificate in Travel Medicine (CTM) from the International Society of Travel Medicine.
All about Franz Fellner
Dr. Franz Fellner heads the Department of Radiology at the Kepler University Hospital. For over 20 years, he has intensively studied the possibilities of using imaging procedures to explain human anatomy and the functions of the human body to the general public. Since the 1990s, he has spoken to audiences worldwide and organized continuing professional education presentations. He has served as president of the Upper Austrian Medical Association since mid-September 2014.
Deep Space LIVE
The Ars Electronica Center hosts a Deep Space LIVE event every Thursday (except holidays) at 8 PM. Each presentation features ultra-high-definition imagery in 16×9-meter format and is accompanied by expert commentary, entertaining stand-up repartee, and musical improvisation. Whether great works from the history of art, space travel, journeys of discovery in the nanoworld, or a live concert is what you’ve come to behold, Deep Space LIVE stands for enlightening entertainment amidst breathtaking worlds of imagery. Holders of a valid Museum ticket are admitted free of charge.